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It was a learning experience for me
Bilingual administrative Representative (Former Employee) –  Baltimore, MDJune 15, 2018
I achieved Many mile stones here. Learning medical terminology and helping so many Spanish speaking patients. I enjoyed working here, the staff at John Hopkins are like a family.
Pros
Great educational and training programs
Cons
Not understanding with home emergencies and personal issues.
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Good
Research Fellow (Former Employee) –  Baltimore, MDJune 15, 2018
Did medical research every day. Workplace environment and culture are goo. My previous job is good at Hopkins and I have to leave for PA school. LOVE PA professions and want to become a PA.
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Take Advantage of the Free Tuition
Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Baltimore, MDJune 14, 2018
Hopkins is the lowest paid comparable to similar positions in other hospitals. So the best thing to do is to take college courses financed by Hopkins to further education which will open the door to advancements.
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Housekeeping I would not go back it was stressful and to much drama
Housekeeping (Former Employee) –  Baltimore, MDJune 12, 2018
I wouldn’t go back to housekeeping at all to much drama and stressful.its like everything was not in order and professional At all supplies was gone had to wait then get rush to the room with no supplies sad. But hope it got better
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Productive and Busy place to work
Clinical Lab Scientist (Former Employee) –  Baltimore, MDJune 12, 2018
Great opportunity to learn, grow and advance in the laboratory, research and microbiology field. Plenty of opportunity for continued education as well. Wonderful place to work especially as a first job out of college.
Pros
Lots of room for growth and to learn
Cons
No windows in the lab
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OUTPATIENT PHARMACY TECHICIAN (Former Employee) –  China, ALJune 12, 2018
Kids and families are my passion when they come in and I can put a smile on their face and they smile to make my day. I've learned that even though the children come in sick they are troopers and still come in smiling. The hardest part of this job is knowing these patients and watching them grow and then getting sick and no longer coming in because their life was cut short by their sickness.
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interesting work place
Medical interpreter (Current Employee) –  Bayview Estates, MD / jJ H baltimoreJune 10, 2018
interesting and respectful work place friendly team responsible provider staff makes both patient and doctor comfortable suitable place to start and the location is sutable too
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Kids and family are amazing
Patient Service Rep (Current Employee) –  Saint Petersburg, FLJune 7, 2018
Kids and families are my passion when they come in and I can put a smile on their face and they smile to make my day. I've learned that even though the children come in sick they are troopers and still come in smiling. The hardest part of this job is knowing these patients and watching them grow and then getting sick and no longer coming in because their life was cut short by their sickness.
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Great benefits
OFFICE ASSISTANT II (Former Employee) –  St Petersburg Beach, FLJune 7, 2018
JHACH has amazing benefits. Fast paced work environment. Busy from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave. Very nice coworkers. Opportunity for advancement
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Wonderful workplace with inclusive, supportive, community feel
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (Current Employee) –  Baltimore, MDJune 7, 2018
The Johns Hopkins Hospital is a magnificent institution. The nurses, doctors, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, and technicians work well together to provide optimal care for patients. Despite the size of the hospital, the Hopkins community seems close-knit and supportive of one another. It has truly been a pleasure to have worked at Johns Hopkins for the past four years. I highly recommend working at Hopkins, especially if you intend to continue furthering your education. Hopkins provides many opportunities for career advancement.
Cons
Expensive parking
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Unhappy with pay
Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Baltimore, MDJune 7, 2018
Unfortunately the hospital leaves a lot to be desired if you would like to advance and grow. Hopkins is only great if you are DR. Other than that i would say look to go somewhere else.
Pros
great location if you live inthe city
Cons
lack of growth
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Work Atmosphere
Nutrition Assistant/ Call Center (Current Employee) –  600 N. Wolfe streetJune 7, 2018
I love working at Johns Hopkins because the people are very friendly,caring, and helpful. Their is room for advancement it just feels like at times certain people in certain departments don't like to see people advance so they do anything in their power to make it hard for you. Besides that I just feel like the communication amongst management is all over the place and that should be worked on.
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Benefits
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Over-worked
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Typical Day in the Department of Neurology
Medical Office Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Baltimore, MDJune 5, 2018
Working with Patients with Multiple Sclerosis in the Department of Neurology, A typical day is obtaining prior authorizations for medications and imaging. Calling in medications to Specialty Pharmacy and Retail Pharmacy. Completion of start forms for patients to begin infusions and faxing to Vendors for Benefit Investigations. Scheduling follow up and New Patients appointments as requested. Hardest part of the position is denials when I avenues have been exhausted and insurance will not approve infusion therapy.
Rewarding part when patients begin therapy and remarkable progress knowing I played a role in obtaining authorization.
Pros
Not micro managed, flexible hours
Cons
Lack of Communcation, short lunch break pay dates 1st & 15th of the month
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Great Job
Clerical Associate/Support Associate (Former Employee) –  Baltimore, MDMay 31, 2018
Great job to have terrible parking. It cost 10 dollars a day to park in the garage or you may have to park all the way down the street and catch a shuttle bus
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Needs Improvement
Performance Improvement Analyst (Former Employee) –  Baltimore, MDMay 31, 2018
Its very corporate minded and siloed. Executives can often act with impunity. Elitism is common in the higher ranks. Often unqualified people are but in charge of departments based on pedigree or who they know.
Pros
Good Benefits
Cons
Corporate Culture
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Great job
Hospitality (Current Employee) –  Baltimore, MDMay 31, 2018
Lots of work for motivated candidates. Great location for transportation to n frm work .Great origin of people u'll meet working eith differnt etbnics was lovely.
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johns hopkins
Registered Certified Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) –  Baltimore, MDMay 30, 2018
great teaching hospital you will gain a lot of experience that other places dont will not teach. career advancement. hopkins bears no expense when it comes to patients
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Competive and challeging
Protective Service Officer (Current Employee) –  Baltimore, MDMay 29, 2018
The environment can be very challenging. The staff work as a team and the supervisors are available for guidance. Some of the rules are seem to treat the employees like kids instead of adults. The supervisors are fair with their approach to handling situations..
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Benefits
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Short Lunch
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Modern Environment
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) –  Baltimore, MDMay 24, 2018
Every time I come in, something always surprises me - new innovations are in every place. Everyone seem to know all of the required protocols and despite the location, the environment remains clean.
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Technical Support Rep (Former Employee) –  Baltimore, MDMay 21, 2018
Hopkins was a joke. You would go into an establishment like Hopkins and think it's going to be this incredible experience and it is the complete opposite. Management of the IT department is also ran by a surgeon there. Which is fine, good for the guy.. he can do both but IT takes a tremendous back seat there again which is understandable but not to the extent of no one wants to teach you anything new, you don't get a chance to learn and interestingly enough all of the doctor's there are annoyed you're in their way. Do not recommend this place. Parking is terrible and you pay upwards of 200$ a month to park. Employee parking is 3 blocks away in an awful neighborhood. Just garbage. All of it.
Pros
non
Cons
all of them
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